The City of Daytona Beach enforces the NPDES through a permit with the FDEP. In an effort to help maintain and/or improve water quality in the city. Activities are performed to comply with the NPDES permit and may include:
Educating the city's residents and businesses on the common causes of pollution and how to prevent them.
Working with other city departments to ensure that city sites and projects are kept operating under the best management and housekeeping practices to reduce the city's contribution to pollution.
Working with other city departments to ensure construction sites are monitored and in compliance with their NPDES permit.
Training and educating city staff regarding the NPDES permit and Best Management Practices (BMPs).
Mapping of the city's stormwater conveyance system.
Adopting an Illicit Discharge Ordinance.
Working with other city departments to ensure that both industrial and commercial sites are inspected during and after construction for possible pollution discharges.
Educating the city's residents and business owners on pollution prevention and good housekeeping practices.